PH Stocks Up for Fourth Straight Session

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks sustained their growth Monday, 5 May, despite a trading halt amid technical glitch, and defying the weak performance of regional markets.

The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) gained 0.35% or 23.49 points to close at 6,766.46. Only the Services sector finished in the red; however, the decline is minimal (1.22 points). Leading the gaining sectors was the Property index, which added 0.83%. The wider All Shares index was nearly flat, gaining only 0.07% or 2.67 points.

Value turnover reached PhP4.8 billion, while volume reached 1.66 billion shares. Foreign buying was Php2.59 billion, while foreign selling hit PhP2.05 billion.

Top most active in terms of value:

  1. GT Capital Holdings Inc. (PSE: GTCAP): PhP880.50, 0.11%
  2. Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PSE: TEL): PhP2,890.00, 0.07%
  3. SM Investments Corp. (PSE: SM): PhP751.00, 3.23%
  4. BDO Unibank Inc. (PSE: BDO): PhP88.50, -0.23%
  5. Alliance Global Group Inc. (PSE: AGI): PhP30.45, -1.77%
  6. Security Bank Corp. (PSE: SECB): PhP123.20, 2.5%
  7. Ayala Land Inc. (PSE: ALI): PhP30.75, 1.99%
  8. Universal Robina Corp. (PSE: URC): PhP146.50, 0.21%
  9. SM Prime Holdings Inc. (PSE: SMPH): PhP16.70, 0.48%
  10. Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc. (PSE: AEV): PhP56.55, -0.09%

Top gainers:

  1. Ionics Inc. (PSE: ION): PhP0.56, 7.69%
  2. Liberty Telecoms Holdings Inc. (PSE: LIB): PhP2.18, 7.39%
  3. South China Resources Inc. (PSE: SOC): PhP1.14, 6.54%
  4. Waterfront Philippines Inc. (PSE: WPI): PhP0.33, 6.45%
  5. Century Peak Metals Holdings Corp. (PSE: CPM): PhP0.88, 6.02%
  6. Oriental Peninsula Resources Group Inc. (PSE: ORE): PhP1.95, 5.41%
  7. Oriental Petroleum and Minerals Corp. “B” (PSE: OPMB): PhP0.02, 5.26%
  8. City & Land Developers Inc. (PSE: LAND): PhP1.90, 4.97%
  9. Republic Glass Holdings Corp. (PSE: REG): PhP2.58, 4.88%
  10. Coal Asia Holdings Inc. (PSE: COAL): PhP1.10, 4.76%
  11. Shang Properties Inc. (PSE: SHNG): PhP3.37, 4.33%
  12. ABS-CBN Corp. (PSE: ABS): PhP39.00, 4.28%
  13. Prime Orion Philippines Inc. (PSE: POPI): PhP0.52, 4%
  14. Alsons Consolidated Resources Inc. (PSE: ACR): PhP1.86, 3.91%
  15. Ever-Gotesco Resources & Holdings Inc. (PSE: EVER): PhP0.27, 3.85%
  16. Lepanto Consolidated Mining Co. “B” (PSE: LCB): PhP0.43, 3.61%
  17. Asiabest Group International Inc. (PSE: ABG): PhP11.70, 3.54%
  18. SM Investments Corp. (PSE: SM): PhP751.00, 3.23%
  19. ABS-CBN Holdings Corp. – Phil. Deposit Receipts (PSE: ABSP): PhP39.00, 3.17%
  20. Sinophil Corp. (PSE: SINO): PhP0.335, 3.08%

Top losers:

  1. Concrete Aggregates Corp. “A” (PSE: CA): PhP36.05, -38.90%
  2. Benguet Corp. “A” (PSE: BC): PhP9.18, -8.2%
  3. IP E-Game Ventures Inc. (PSE: EG): PhP0.014, -6.67%
  4. Acesite (Philippines) Hotel Corp. (PSE: ACE): PhP1.16, -6.45%
  5. Central Azucarera De Tarlac (PSE: CAT): PhP46.00, -6.22%
  6. Manila Bulletin Publishing Corp. (PSE: MB): PhP1.21, -5.47%
  7. Forum Pacific Inc. (PSE: FPI): PhP0.17, -5.03%
  8. Emperador Inc. (PSE: EMP): PhP11.94, -3.71%
  9. Lodestar Investment Holdings Corp.(PSE: LIHC): PhP0.80, -3.61%
  10. Medco Holdings Inc. (PSE: MED): PhP0.275, -3.51%
  11. 8990 Holdings Inc. (PSE: HOUSE): PhP6.60, -3.37%
  12. Vulcan Industrial & Mining (PSE: VUL): PhP1.44, -3.36%
  13. Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corp. (PSE: PMPC): PhP4.40, -3.30%
  14. RFM Corp. (PSE: RFM): PhP6.40, -3.03%
  15. MRC Allied Inc. (PSE: MRC): PhP0.098, -2.97%
  16. Philippine Estates Corp. (PSE: PHES): PhP0.335, -2.90%
  17. COL Financial Group Inc. (PSE: COL): PhP16.52, -2.82%
  18. The Philodrill Corporation (PSE: OV): PhP0.037, -2.63%
  19. Victorias Milling Co. Inc. (PSE: VMC): PhP4.45, -2.63%
  20. 2GO Group Inc. (PSE: 2GO): PhP3.02, -2.58%

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